Missouri Ethics Commission upgrades web site, posts politcal money

The Missouri Ethics Commission has upgraded its website to improve the transparency and search capabilities for information available to the public about campaign finance reporting, said Julie Allen, executive director.
The new search allows the public to view campaign finance contributions reported on the 48 Hour Contributions Over $5,000 report. Section 130.044, RSMo., requires all individuals and committees, required to file campaign finance disclosure reports, to electronically report to the Commission within 48 hours any contribution exceeding $5,000 made by any single contributor.
Enhanced Contribution and Expenditure search features allow users to see contributions and expenditures for all electronically filed campaign finance committee reports and to identify those committees not electronically reporting with the Commission.
State law requires all statewide candidates, legislative candidates and continuing committees making contributions in excess of $15,000 per year to file their campaign finance reports electronically with the Commission.
All other committees have the option of filing their campaign finance reports electronically. The Commission’s online campaign finance searches can be accessed at www. mec.mo.gov under Campaign Finance or Common Searches.

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